A Thorough Software Review of Synthesys
Have you ever wanted to make videos but do not want to speak in it? If so, then chances are that you have heard of the text-to-speech (TTS) technology as a viable substitute. If not, TTS technology will essentially take your text input, such as your script for a video, and convert it to speech or audio using a voice that you have selected from its database of voices. However, these voices often sound too robotic, with the more natural-sounding voices often locked behind a very expensive paywall and a monthly subscription. Thankfully, on the 20th of July 2020, Mario Brown and his team will be launching Synthesys which will take care of all your TTS needs.
When producing natural and realistic sounding TTS, a lot of science takes place behind the scenes, which explains why nobody is providing it for a cheap price. Synthesys has taken all of the science work and has integrated the neural networks created by both user input and the voice actors that have hired to create realistic voices. Essentially, the product is a high-quality TTS editor that has a user-friendly interface. All you need to do is to just copy and paste your script to the input text box, select a voice you want, and click render. It features eight different voices, each with their own tones, styles, and accents allowing you to create high-quality videos for any purpose such as advertising, podcasts, audiobooks, etc. You can get access as soon as it launches by simply paying $67 – a one-time fee for unlimited access.
Why sacrifice your quality when you can get Synthesys, a revolutionary TTS software app with realistic voices that you can use for any purpose. If you want to learn more about Synthesys, then be sure to return to this page shortly after its official product launch. During that time, we would have released a full article detailing the product’s many features. If you think navigating to this site is a problem, then simply bookmark this page on your browser for easy access later on.